Idyllic scene or … fly paradise?
June 29, 2017, Collomsville, PA - A number of Limestone Township homeowners and farmers who have been dealing with fly infestations, which they accredit to nearby poultry farms, held a meeting in Limestone Township Monday night.
The Limestone Township Municipal building on Route 44 was packed with residents voicing their opinions over a growing fly problem.
The flies, which began to swarm around a neighborhood in upper Collomsville, first appeared after the building of a local poultry farm.
Homeowners and farmers in attendance were agreed that the problem stems from a farm in the area that neighbors felt has not treated manure correctly. READ MORE
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